DeepCool is proud to announce its latest Pangu ATX mid-tower case which will enhance performance further with the help of state of the art features and specifications. The design has been made wider in this newest release as compared to what one would normally expect from a mid tower case. The purpose of putting this feature in the design of this Pangu ATX mid-tower case was to allow for the installation of taller graphics card.
It’s been awhile since we introduced a DeepCool product and boy have they been busy in the meantime. If you don’t remember or never knew, DeepCool is a Shenzhen, China based company specializing in thermal solutions. While they have been in operation since 1996, they are just beginning to enter the mainstream US market for aftermarket cooling. Of course since they are suppliers to Dell, Fujitsu, Siemens, Osram, and others there is a good chance that you have actually used some of their products in the past. In the time between our last review and now they have brought many new products to market, as well as expanded their global reach. You can now find some of their products on mainstream US PC supply sites. Today we will be taking a close look at one of their most recently released products, the Gammaxx S40. Designed to bring big cooling in a small form factor, lets find out just how well DeepCool has been doing.
DeepCool has announced its latest CPU cooler classified under the superior brand of GamerStorm. DeepCool Lucifier is a large tower-type CPU cooler. The size of the heatsink is 140x110x163mm, 26mm thick including the fan while weighing 1097g. When talking about its design, it includes a mirror finished nickel-plated copper base out of which six 6mm thick heat pipes surface out across the two edges of aluminum fin stack.
Deepcool, the leading manufacturer of desktop CPU cooler, VGA cooler, DC case fan and Notebook cooler, officially released a new member for the well-known CPU cooler GAMMAXX family—GAMMAXX S40. The “S” in the name means to say small size, but this cooler also excels in cooling performance.
DeepCool is a Beijing based company that is totally focused on cooling electronics. Of course, with a name like DeepCool, they’d be hypocrites if they weren’t. Their products vary from iPad cooling stands to CPU and server coolers. It’s all about lowering thermals for this company! Today we’ll be putting their top of the line, Neptwin, twin tower CPU cooler through it’s paces. This air cooler packs 6 heat pipes, a pretty massive copper base, and dual fans. Follow along and we’ll see if this cooler has what it takes to get you to the next level of overclocking.
Today we are getting our first look at one of DeepCool’s latest products, the Neptwin. The Neptwin is a dual-stack CPU cooler that features 6 U-shaped copper heatpipes that go up into the two heatsink stacks. Two large 120mm fans provide cooling and the CPU block is very thick, made entirely of copper and has a mirror finish. The Neptwin is universally compatible with both AMD and Intel CPU’s including Intel’s 2011 socket. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
It seems like there are a ton of notebook coolers out there, but you never know which one is going to work for you and which ones are just crap. Our friends at DeepCool make quite a few different notebooks coolers, there are over 20 on their website. They sent us over their N8 notebook cooler which is made of aluminum and has dual 140mm fans. Let’s check it out and see if it is the perfect cooler for your laptop.
A few weeks ago we got to check out one of DeepCool’s most expensive CPU coolers, the Gamer Storm. Today we are checking out a less expensive cooler, but one that will give your case that “gamer” look. The Ice Blade Pro features four 8mm copper heatpipes, a patented Core Touch Technology (CTT), and a smoked blue LED 120mm fan. How well will this compare with the other DeepCool cooler? Read on further to find out.
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